Clyde Carter

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On Tuesday, April 28, 2020, Clyde Carter, loving husband, father, and Poppy passed away at the age of 77.  Clyde was born on January 3, 1943 in Brooklyn, NY to Clyde and Elvira (Timson) Carter.  He retired from the NYC Fire Department.  On June 4, 1966, he married Adele Carter (Smith).  Together they loved and enjoyed 3 children, 8 grandchildren, and 2 great grandchildren. Clyde loved being around his family.  He is known for being a joker and prankster and always kept everyone he knew laughing and smiling.  

Clyde was preceded in death by his father Clyde, his mother Elvira, and his sister Elvira.  He is survived by his wife Adele, his three children, Thomas Carter (Michiko), Cherie Carbone, Donna Najarro (Jorge), his grandchildren, Andrew, Amanda, Alexia, Joseph, Saydee, Marissa, Thomas Jr., and Kendrick, and his great grandchildren, Christian and Amelia, his three brothers, 2 sisters, and many nieces and nephews.  

A viewing will be held Friday, May 1st, 2020 at Georgia Funeral Care, 4671 S. Main Street, Acworth, GA from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. 

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10 Comments To "Clyde Carter"

Cherie On May 18 2020 at 12pm
The best dad and grandfather. Miss you so much ???? it doesn’t seem fair. Loved by everyone and will be missed by everyone. Love you dad Reply to this comment
Robert & Wendy V On May 03 2020 at 6pm
Our deepest condolences to Aunt Adele , Thomas, Cherrie and Donna on the passing of Uncle Clyde. He was a great man who will be greatly missed. I know that he is up in Heaven telling jokes to my mom and the rest of the angels. Love you guys. Reply to this comment
Lea & John Margosiak On May 01 2020 at 8pm
We are so sad to hear of the passing of Uncle Clyde. I have many found memories that I will cherish. My love and thoughts are with Donna, Cherie, Thomas, Aunt Adele, and the rest of his family. Reply to this comment
Jerry Carbone On May 01 2020 at 3pm
One of the best guys I’ll ever meet in my life. An amazing dad that put his family before anything. He set a standard on how to be a dad that I’ll always try to live up to. I learned a lot in the time I spent with him and I’ll never forget him. Reply to this comment
Tina Kusic On May 01 2020 at 8am
The Kusic family will never forget him. Clyde was that guy... the one everyone likes and only has good things to say. He was an awesome coach, a loving family man and yes a prankster, one we all adored. We all have our memorable Clyde stories. He will forever live on, in all our hearts. RIP ❤️????♥️???????????????????????????????????? Reply to this comment
Balagulov Family On May 01 2020 at 8am
Our condolences to you Tom and your family. We heard the sad news yesterday. I’m sorry for your loss and we hope you and your family find comfort and strength in this difficult time. Our thoughts are with you. Reply to this comment
Marisol Quinones On May 01 2020 at 8am
May he Rest In Peace. My condolences to the entire family. Thank you for the memories of our community here in Brooklyn. People will know of this special place because of you. I promise to keep making the community better. Marisol Reply to this comment
Margaret Solazzo On Apr 30 2020 at 9am
May the Carter family be comforted by their fond comical memories of Clyde. He will always be remembered by all has such a funny guy who contributed much joy to this world. Reply to this comment
Mary (Orlando) McPike On Apr 30 2020 at 9am
I am so very sorry to hear of Clydes passing. He was one of my best friends dads and my softball coach, I will always remember him making us laugh hysterically while in his presence. One time, while driving us to a game, he says to us “Ok girls, got your pencils?” We all were like huh? Why? And Clyde says “draw a bridge, we’re about to go over a draw bridge!” He would climb the fences of the concreted softball fields to retrieve many foul tips and the whole team lovingly gave him the nickname Spider-Man. I’m my opinion he was more like Superman! He had a huge impact on me. My heart is broken for my best friend Donna, Sheri and Thomas and Adele. My thoughts and prayers are with you and all! May the happy memories comfort you through the difficult days ahead. Reply to this comment
Jennifer DALY On Apr 30 2020 at 9am
I’m so terribly sorry for your loss all my love and prayers to you and your entire family at this time. ❤️????????❤️ Reply to this comment
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